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English-Mongolian Phrase Book


Published 1992
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The phrase book is intended for use by Peace Corps workers in Mongolia, and reflects daily communication needs in that context. Phrases and vocabulary are presented first in English, then in Mongolian translation (in Cyrillic alphabet), on the following topics: greetings and introductions; discussing work; expressing thanks and congratulations; apologies; discussing language and clarifying communication; family and age; questions; personal and demonstrative pronouns; making requests; giving and getting directions; food and restaurants; shopping for clothing; weather; money and numbers; expressing time, season, and date; color; postal and telephone services; and health and illness. Contents are indexed. (MSE)


Publisher Peace Corps, (Mongolia)
Year 1992
Language Mongolian, English
Book contributor eric.ed.gov
Collection opensource

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